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Author: Clare Shine
ISBN: 9287157804
Language: English
Pages: 110 pages
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Council of Europe (September 4, 2005)
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which tax incentives may help to promote conservation of biological and landscape diversity in Europe.

which tax incentives may help to promote conservation of biological and landscape diversity in Europe. It outlines how tax incentives relate to other conservation policy options (Part I) before describing existing measures in and beyond Europe that directly benefit landholders (Part II) or create an enabling climate for the conservation sector (Part III). Part IV provides some indicators for the design of tax measures.

Abstract: Monographic Series: Nature and Environment. Strasbourg : Council of Europe Publishing, 2005.

Organization(s): Council of Europe, FR. Abstract: Monographic Series: Nature and Environment. Monographic Series n. n. 43. Conference: Imprint: Strasbourg : Council of Europe Publishing, 2005. Physical Description: 110p. Publication Year: 2005.

It outlines how tax incentives relate to other conservation policy options (Part I) before describing existing measures in and beyond Europe that directly benefit landholders (Part II) or create an enabling climate for the conservation sector (Part III)

It outlines how tax incentives relate to other conservation policy options (Part I) before describing existing measures in and beyond Europe that directly benefit landholders (Part II) or create an enabling climate for the conservation sector (Part III). Part V sets out conclusions and provides draft elements for a future recommendation to Council of Europe Member States on the development of fiscal incentive policies to support measures for biodiversity protection.

Published September 2005 by Council of Europe.

Using tax incentives to conserve and enhance biodiversity in Europe. This report looks at ways in which tax incentives may help to promote conservation of biological and landscape diversity in Europe

Using tax incentives to conserve and enhance biodiversity in Europe. This report looks at ways in which tax incentives may help to promote conservation of biological and landscape diversity in Europe. Format : Paper Paper ISBN 978-92-871-5857-4.

Nature gives us food, air, water and many more things necessary to life and our economy. We aim to halt biodiversity loss in the EU and help stop global biodiversity loss by 2020

Nature gives us food, air, water and many more things necessary to life and our economy. We aim to halt biodiversity loss in the EU and help stop global biodiversity loss by 2020. Nature and biodiversity law. The Birds and Habitats Directives are the pillars of our nature legislation. New laws now tackle specific issues such as invasive alien species. The world's largest network of protected areas, it offers a haven to Europe's most valuable and threatened species and habitats.

Incentives for Community Nature Conservation. In other words, they aim to provide economic incentives

Incentives for Community Nature Conservation. Economic incentive measures play a crucial role in nature conservation at. all levels of society – local through to global. In other words, they aim to provide economic incentives. for community-based nature conservation. This paper estimates the opportunity costs of biodiversity conservation in Kenya from the potential net returns of agricultural and livestock production, and compares them with the net returns from tourism, forestry and other conservation activities.

Habitat conservation is important in maintaining biodiversity, an essential part . For example, in the Andes in South America, Rare has incentives to develop watershed protection practices.

Habitat conservation is important in maintaining biodiversity, an essential part of global food security. It is important to conserve and protect the space/ area in which that species occupies. Therefore, areas classified as ‘biodiversity hotspots’, or those in which a flagship, umbrella, or endangered species inhabits are often the habitats that are given precedence over others.

Biodiversity and nature’s contributions to people are our common heritage and humanity’s most important life-supporting .

Biodiversity and nature’s contributions to people are our common heritage and humanity’s most important life-supporting ‘safety net’. But our safety net is stretched almost to breaking point, said Prof. Sandra Díaz (Argentina), who co-chaired the Assessment with Prof. Despite progress to conserve nature and implement policies, the Report also finds that global goals for conserving and sustainably using nature and achieving sustainability cannot be met by current trajectories, and goals for 2030 and beyond may only be achieved through transformative changes across economic, social, political and technological factors.

This report looks at ways in which tax incentives may help to promote conservation of biological and landscape diversity in Europe. It outlines how tax incentives relate to other conservation policy options (Part I) before describing existing measures in and beyond Europe that directly benefit landholders (Part II) or create an enabling climate for the conservation sector (Part III). Part IV provides some indicators for the design of tax measures. Part V sets out conclusions and provides draft elements for a future recommendation to Council of Europe Member States on the development of fiscal incentive policies to support measures for biodiversity protection.